Motivations- Throughout the play, Otto Frank’s goal is to protect the families and make sure that they are safe until the end of the war. Mr. Frank is what some people would call “The Man of the House” because he is always acting like a leader and takes care of everyone. When Anne passes out, Mr. Frank doesn’t hesitate to risk their concealment by getting water for Anne, which shows how committed he is to helping his family. He argues, “If they’ve found us, they’ve found us. Get the water...”(542).
This quote shows that Odysseus has persistent loyalty to his dead friends through the grief he shows. “Come this was, honored Odysseus, great glory of the Achaeans, and stay your ship, so that you can listen here to our singing”, Odysseus shows extreme loyalty to his wife in this quote because
In the novel “The Odyssey” Homer displays the main character Odysseus with god like qualities which results in him judging others through tone and actions. When the main character Odysseus came from his confrontation with the goddess Circe his group of men are happy and grateful to see him. His men are gathered around him as if they are the sheep and he is the Shepard that guides them through every step of the way. Odysseus is a well respected man who is admired by his men and is like a higher power to due his god like qualities . While odyssey’s crew is stranded without his leadership and advice, they are unsure where to go due to lack of knowledge and no mentor to lead them.
While Paul continued to fight in the war to protect his fellow comrades in All Quiet on the Western Front, Junger was motivated by pure patriotism to fight for his country in The Storm of Steel. Both young men were patriotic and valued their comrades in each of the novels. Both Remarque and Junger had comradeship and patriotism to help get through the difficulty and stressful times. In All Quiet on the Western Front, Remarque describes many scenes that involve comradeship among the young soldiers. Paul and his comrade, Kat, developed a bond of friendship and brotherhood during the dismal times of the war, which helped their individual desires to survive and protect their fellow soldiers.
The symbol that best represents doodle in ”The Scarlet Ibis” is I think is love and compassion which is also the Scarlet Ibis. I think that it is compassion because he has love and compassion towards the things that he does and towards his family because he had love for the bird. For my first example I have. “Brother, Brother, don’t leave me!”” (Hurst 132) I put this example because he loved his brother and he didn't want him to leave him in the storm by himself and he was scared and loved his brother and wanted him to comfort him on the way back to there house. “Doodle remained kneeling.
Tom and Huck don’t forget him when he is supposed to be in trouble and that’s another example of Tom’s guilty conscience making him help Muff Potter out and becoming a finer friend to help others. During the courthouse, Tom stands up and reports what really happened at the graveyard. Muff Potter was glad Tom saved his life. Mark Twain writes “Daily Muff Potter’s gratitude
Louie Zamperini did not only hold serenity in the toughest moments in his life, but he also tried to save the sanity in his fellow soldiers. Him, along with Phil and Mac, spent many long hours stranded on the raft. Louie encouraged the men by discussing their memories, and retelling stories of practical jokes, and sharing recipes. These discussions eased their suffering, and “as they imagined themselves back in the world again, they willed a happy ending onto their ordeal and made it their expectation” (Hillenbrand 153). In like manner, the narrator in If by Rudyard Kipling stresses that in particular, a man must remain strong even if he must stand alone.
The Parson also “preferred beyond a doubt giving to the poor parishioners round about both from church offerings and his property” (l. 497-499). Through being a righteous man and therefore giving to the poor, the Parson is also shown as a charitable member of medieval society. Chaucer continues his lesson of leading a life according to a principle of charity in the Wife of Bath’s Tale. In this tale, a Knight is being taught a lesson of unselfishness which he learns in the end when he says “My lady my love, my dearest wife, I leave the matter to your wise decision… whichever pleases you suffices me” (l. 406-411). This shows that the Knight learned about unselfishness because he allows his wife to make the decision for herself and not have it be what he would choose.
This is where we see others acknowledge the image of the hero that Hotspur has strived to achieve his entire life. Prince Hal praises Hotspur’s life after death, “…This earth, that bears thee dead/Bears not alive so stout a gentleman" (5.4.91-92). Hotspur is accepting of his fate, making him admired by his peers and seen as a true hero. Even as he dies Hotspur’s concern is not that of death itself, but of honour when he speaks his last words to Prince Henry, “…I better brook the loss of brittle life / Than those proud titles thou hast won me. / They wound my thoughts worse than thy sword my flesh.”
Odysseus always honored his fallen companions, with a particular instance being when Odysseus saluted each killed comrade before setting sail from Troy after the Cicones’ counterattack (Homer 213). Odysseus’ loyalty to his comrades portrays him as a noble leader who is respectful and courteous of his fellow warriors. As Odysseus weeps from the bard’s music, this